About Festival Tickets

PURCHASING TICKETS ONLINE

You can buy tickets to Sheb Farm Fest online

All online tickets are e-tickets.  The e-tickets will be sent to the email address you bought it with. If for some reason this has been lost/deleted/did not arrive then please email shebfarmfest@outlook.com

If you purchased the ticket online from an alternative ticket provider, you will need to contact them directly.

Please print your e-tickets and bring them with you on the day.

PURCHASING TICKETS IN PERSON

You can also buy tickets in person from a range of local shops across North Devon. Details of which will be updated shortly.

If you purchase your ticket in an outlet – Keep it safe and bring it with you on the day. We cannot replace lost tickets.

Can I Buy Tickets on the Day?

If the event does not sell out in advance then the remaining tickets will be available at our onsite ticket offices located at the festival entrance. Cash only.

Can I Buy Tickets for Other People?

All e-tickets will have the name of the purchaser on them. You may gift your ticket to a friend or family member.  ALL tickets have a UNIQUE barcode that is scanned upon entry to the festival. Once it has been scanned that barcode number will become void meaning the ticket cannot be re-used.

What I.D Requirements are there?

At the Gate:


Anyone aged 16 or 17 under must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18, therefore you will only need to show I.D at the gate if you are accompanying a minor/s (someone who is aged 18 or under) and you yourself look Under 25. Under 16s are not permitted to enter.

At the Bars:


I.D. will be required at the bars when purchasing alcoholic drinks. We operate a challenge 25 policy.

Accepted forms of I.D. are valid photo driving licence or passport only.

Can I bring Food and Drink?

You are allowed to bring food and drink on to the campsite. This includes a reasonable amount of alcohol.

A reasonable amount is defined as: 1 crate (24 cans) of beer or cider OR the equivalent of 2 x 70cl bottles of wine OR 1 winebox OR the equivalent of 1 x 70cl bottle of spirits.

No food, drink and especially alcohol is allowed in to the festival site. There will be a range of food outlets, and bars serving a diverse mix of food to cater for all preferences.

Do I Need to Bring Cash?

Buying Tickets on the Day

If you are planning on buying tickets on the gate, we only accept cash.

Food Outlets & Bar

Whether a food outlet or bar caters for card payments is up to the individual vendor, not Sheb Farm Fest. We recommend you bring cash with you.

Cash Machines

There are no cash machines on site, so please plan ahead before setting off.

Can I bring my Dog, or other animal?

Guide/Assistance dogs are permitted, but no other animals are allowed on the festival site. Dogs are allowed on the camping site.

How do I Stay Safe?

Crime Prevention & Personal Safety

Festivals are peaceful and safe events, but due to the large numbers of people in one place, some crime can unfortunately occur. The most common crime is theft, and this can be from about your person or from tents if you are camping with us.

You can help yourself stay safe by following the advice below. Don’t let criminals spoil your enjoyment by committing crime against you or your friends.

PROPERTY
Lock and empty your vehicles. Leave the glove compartment open and conspicuously empty.

Only bring what you can afford to lose.

Mark your property: clearly label your gear with your postcode. Obvious indelible markings will significantly reduce the risk of things being stolen and will increase the chance of their return if found. Tag your keys with a phone number and a friend’s address.

PERSONAL SAFETY

Make sure your mobile phone is fully charged for the day.

Avoid dark areas and take advantage of the extra lighting along main areas and in the car park.

We know you want to have a drink or two, but do consider that drinking to excess can leave you vulnerable, so as friends DO look out for each other. 

Report to stewards anyone you think is acting aggressively.

Drugs. Quite simply – don’t bring them. Legal Highs DO NOT mean they are safe.

We look forward to seeing you and making sure you have a safe but brilliant festival!